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Title 24 Reports Questions and Answers


 
 

Q.
- Signatures for Compliance Documents: Who signs energy compliance documents?

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- The documentation author (we) and responsible person (client) must sign the Certificates of Compliance.
/ see California Energy Commission (CEC) Blueprint for details /

Q.
- I am not that much familiar with the Energy report procedure. Will report you have produced meet the City requirement?

- The City mentioned that Title 24 Report must be performed by an approved computer compliance program. Is this what you have used?

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- all Reports prepared using one of CEC approved computer compliance program. Programs are certified by California Energy Commission (CEC) and guarantee the accuracy and acceptance of Title 24 report and meet all California cities requirements.


Q.
- Could you help with the sizing of the HVAC equipment?

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- we can provide HVAC sizing [ HVAC Loads calculation ]. Additional fee applies. Also, Rooms/Zones Loads can be calculated.


Q.
- How  quickly will I receive documents after sending payment?

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- Title 24 Compliance Report will be emailed to you within 24 hours (excluding weekends and holidays). For weekend service, please, contact (additional fee applies).


Q.
- Will I receive 24"x36" pages along with Title 24 report?

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- Title 24 report will be e-mailed to you in PDF (A4 -8.5" x11") and TIF (set of images of each page, easy to embed into AutoCad drawings) formats.
Pages 24" x 36" can be ordered separately (see prices).


Q.
- I can't pay with card. Do you accept check or money order?

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- yes, we accept checks and money orders.


Q.
- If a plan checker finds a problem with your work, will you fix it free of charge?

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- we will fix our errors free of charge.


Q.
- I need a title 24 for my 1275 sq Addition only and NOT the Existing residence

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- We'll be happy to calculate just addition, its take less time, and this is first step of every project, but, unfortunately,  the “addition alone”  works well in less than 5% of projects. If an addition alone does not comply with the Standards, improvements to the existing building may be necessary, and the "Existing + Addition + Alteration" method must be used. In this case, existing Walls/Windows/Doors dimensions will be required, and project square footage will be the sum of the existing house + addition area.


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- If my proposed building "does not comply", what is next?

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- don't worry, we will inform you which improvements can help and will work with you until building COMPLIES - free of charge!


 
     
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